Publications

  1. Jayant K,Nene BM , Dinshaw KA, Badwe RA, Panse NS and Thorat RV, Cancer Survival in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Central America IARC scientific publication No.162, 2011. Edited by R. Sankarnarayanan, R.Swaminathan.
  2. Jayant Kasturi, Bhagwan M. Nene , Rajendra A. Badwe, Nandkumar S.Panse, Ranjit V. Thorat, Firoj Y.Khan, “Rural Cancer registry at Barshi, and its impact on cancer control”, The National Medical Journal of India, Vol.23, No.5,2010.
  3. C Sauvaget, B.M.Nene, K Jayant, R Kelkar, S.G.Malvi, S.S.Shastri, and R Sankaranarayanan, “Prevalence and determinants of high-risk human papillomavirus infection in middle-aged Indian women”, British Journal of Cancer.
  4. Rengaswamy Sankaranarayanan,M.D., Bhagwan M. Nene,M.D.,F.R.C.P., Surendra S. Shastri,M.D., Kasturi Jayant,M.Sc.,Richard Muwonge,Ph.D., Atul M. Budukh,Ph.D.,Sanjay Hingmire,B.Sc., Sylla G. Malvi,Ph.D., Ranjit Thorat,B.Sc., Ashok Kothari,M.D., Roshan Chinoy, M.D., Rohini Kelkar,M.D., Shubhada Kane,M.D., Sangeetha Desai,M.D., Vijay R. Keskar,M.S., Raghevendra Rajeshwarkar,M.D., Nandkumar Panse,B.Com. and, Ketayun A. Dinshaw,M.D.,F.R.C.R. “HPV Screening for Cervical Cancer in Rural India”, The New England Journal of Medicine, Vol.360, No.14, April 2,2009.
  5. Cancer Survival in Africa, Asia and Central America : A population Based Study Accepted in Lancet 2009 (Dr.B.M.Nene)
  6. Ranjit V. Thorat, Nandkumar S. Panse, Atul M. Budukh, Ketayun A. Dinshaw, Bhagwan M. Nene, Kasturi Jayant, “Prevalence of Tobacco use and Tobacco dependent cancers in Males in the Rural Cancer Registry Population at Barshi,India”, Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention Vol.10, 2009
  7.  Nene BM, Hiremath PS, Kane S, Fayette JM, Shastri SS, Sankaranarayanan R.- Effectiveness, safety, and acceptability of cryotherapy by midwives for  cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in Maharashtra, India (2008) -.Int J Gynaecol Obstet. Sep 23.
  8. Wright TC Jr, Blumenthal P, Bradley J, Denny L, Esmy PO, Jayant K, Nene BM, Pollack AE, Rajkumar R, Sankaranarayanan R, Sellors JW, Shastri SS, Sherris J, Tsu V  (2007) – Cervical cancer prevention for all the world’s women: new approaches offer opportunities and  promise. Diagn Cytopathol. Dec; 35(12) : 845-8.
  9.  Nene BM, Jayant K, Arrossi S, Shastri S, Budukh A, Hingmire S. Muwonge R, Malvi S,  Dinshaw K and Sankaranarayanan R (2007) : Determinants of women’s participations in cervical cancer screening trial, Maharashtra, India. Bull World Health Organ 85 : 264 – 272.
  10. Sankaranarayanan R, Dinshaw K, Nene BM, Ramadas K, Esmy PO, Jayant K, Somanathan T, Shastri S. – Cervical and oral cancer screening in India. (2006) – J Med Screen. 2006;13  Suppl 1  : S 35 – 8.
  11. Legood R, Gray AM, Mahé C, Wolstenholme J, Jayant K, Nene BM, Shastri SS, Malvi SG,  Muwonge R, Budukh AM, Sankaranarayanan R. (2005) – Screening for cervical cancer in India: How much will it cost? A trial based analysis of the cost per case detected – Int J Cancer. 2005 Dec 20;  117 (6) : 981 – 7.
  12. Sankaranarayanan R, Nene BM, Dinshaw KA, Mahe C, Jayant K, Shastri SS, Malvi SG, Chinoy R, Kelkar R, Budukh AM, Keskar V, Rajeshwarker R, Muwonge R, Kane S, Parkin  DM, Chauhan MK, Desai S, Fontaniere B, Frappart L, Kothari A, Lucas E, Panse N (2005)-  Osmanabad District Cervical Screening Study Group – A cluster randomized controlled trial of visual, cytology and human papillomavirus screening for cancer of the cervix in rural India.  Int J Cancer. Sep 10;116(4):617-23.
  13. Desai S, Patil R, Chinoy R, Kothari A, Ghosh TK, Chavan M, Mohan A, Nene BM, Dinshaw  KA. – Experience with telepathology at a tertiary cancer centre and a rural cancer hospital (2004). Natl Med J India . Jan – Feb; 17 (1) : 17 9.
  14. Experience with telepathology at a tertiary cancer center and rural cancer hospital , National Medical Journal of India. Vol.17,No.1,2004.
  15. Early detection of cervical cancer unit visual inspection methods. A summary of completed and on-going studies in India-Salud Publications Mex 2003; 45:00-00.
  16. The data for the year 1988-92 was published in the “Cancer Incidence in Five Continents” Vol.II IARC Scientific Publications No.143, Lyon, France 1997.
  17. Sankaranarayanan R, Nene BM, Dinshaw K, Rajkumar R, Shastri S, Wesley R, Basu P, Sharma R, Thara S, Budukh A, Parkin DM.  (2003) –  Early detection of cervical cancer with visual inspection methods: a summary of completed and on-going studies in India. Salud  Publica Mex. 45 Suppl  3:S399-407. PMID: 14746033 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
  18. Jayant K, Nene BM, Dinshaw KA, Budukh AM, Dale PS (1998) – Survival from cervical  cancer in Barshi registry, rural India. IARC Sci Publ. (145) : 69-77
  19. Nene BM, Deshpande S, Jayant K, Budukh AM, Dale PS, Deshpande DA, Chiwate AS, Malvi SG, Deokar S, Parkin DM, Sankaranarayanan R (1996)- Early detection of cervical cancer by visual inspection: a population-based study  in rural India. Int J Cancer. Dec 11; 68 (6) : 770 – 3
  20. Jayant K, Rao RS, Nene BM, Dale PS, Nandakumar A. (1996) – Improved survival in cervical cancer cases in a rural Indian population. Br J Cancer.Jul ; 74 (2) : 285 – 7.
  21.  Jayant K, Rao RS, Nene BM, Dale PS (1995) – Improved stage at diagnosis of cervical cancer with increased cancer awareness in a rural Indian population. Int J Cancer Oct 9; 63 (2) : 161 – 3.
  22. Jayant K, Rao RS, Nene BM, Dale PS (1994) – Early diagnosis of cervical cancers. Our experience at the Rural Cancer Registry, Barshi, India. (1994) -Indian J Cancer.   Jun; 31 (2) : 59 – 63.
  23.  Nene BM, Jayant K, Malvi SG, Dale PS, Deshpande R. (1994) – Experience in screening for cervical cancer in rural areas of Barsi Tehsil  (Maharashtra). Indian J Cancer. Mar; 31 (1) : 34 – 40.
  24. A Report of the Rural Cancer Registry Barshi, Paranda, Bhum Maharashtra (1988-92), Tata Memorial Centre, Bombay 1994.
  25. Evaluation of the visual findings and Cytology in a Cancer Cervix Uterii screening programme. ‘MONDUZZI EDITORE’ paper published in ‘Via Ferrarese, 119/2-40128 BOLOGNA – ITALY (1994) S. Deshpande, B. Nene, ect.
  26. A Report of the Rural Cancer Registry Barsi, Paranda, Bhum Maharashtra (1989-90),  Tata Memorial Centre, Bombay 1991.
  27. A Report of Population Based Rural Cancer Registry Barshi, Maharashtra Report for 1987-88. Tata Memorial Centre, Bombay 1989.

Papers Presented at National and International Level

  1. ‘OSMANABAD DRIVE’ poster presentation done at Atlanta-Georgia-USA on May-14-18 1989.
  2. Stage Shift In cervical Cancer cases at the Rural Cancer Registry at Barshi, India. Poster Presented at Meeting of the International Association of Cancer Registries 25-28 October 1994 Bangalore – India.
  3. `Evaluation of ‘Ral’ (Oleoresin of Saltree Shorea – Robustra) Dressings in the management of inpatients Thermal burns – ‘Paper presented at 8th International Congress on Burn Injuries 1990, New Delhi, India.
  4. `Rural Cancer efforts’ Paper presented at Golden Jubilee Scientific programme between 27, 28, 29, 1992 held at Tata Memorial Centre, Bombay.
  5. `Evaluation of the Visual Finding and Cytology In a Cancer Cervix Uterii Screening Programme.’ Paper presented at XVI International Cancer Congress New Delhi (Oct. 30-Nov. 5), 1994 India.
  6. The role of public awareness in the early detection and control of cervical cancer 22nd Annual meet of IARC on 8th 2000 at Khon Kaen, Thailand.
  7. National workshop on “Early Detection of cervical cancer” – alternative strategies from 6th to 8th Jan 2001.
    a)   Screening modalities using visual techniques.
    b)  Educational & awareness programmes on 8th Institute of cytology & preventive  oncology (ICMR)
  8. ‘Comparative efficacy of visual inspection with 4% Acetic, Acid (VIA), HPV testing and Conventional cytolgoy in Cervical Cancer A Cluster randomised intervention study in Maharashtra State,India. Paper presented at 10th Annual Conference of the Association of Gynaecologic Oncologists of India (13-15th Dec-2001) On 14th December 2001 at Kolkatta.
  9. ‘Comparative efficacy of visual inspection with 4% Acetic, Acid (VIA), HPV testing and Conventional cytology in Cervical Cancer: A Cluster randomised intervention study in Maharashtra State, India. Paper presented at 18th UICC International Cancer Congress Oslo – Norway 30th June – 5th July 2002.
  10. Feasibility, limitations, challenges and opportunities in setting up a cancer hospital in rural setting, Paper presented at Jaipur Dec. 21-22, 2002. National comprehensive cancer network for India 2002.
  11. Efficacy of screening methods in Cervical Cancer ALCOG 2005 – MGM Medical